2019 World Cup Uniforms

Posted 20 June 2019 by Willy
Categories: Design, Ephemera
2019 World Cup Uniforms

A look at the modular uniforms of the 2019 World Cup.

2018 World Cup Uniforms

Posted 12 July 2018 by Willy
Categories: Design, Ephemera
2018 World Cup Uniforms

A look at the modular uniforms of the 2018 World Cup.

Swayspace + Kreh Mellick

Posted 21 October 2015 by Jeff
Categories: Letterpress

Introducing our new line of two-color letterpress cards, featuring the captivating illustrations of artist Kreh Mellick. They're available to order now!

Kreh’s whimsical illustrations create an intimate space for fun, earnestness, and creativity. The stories are right there on the front of the cards inviting everyone inside to celebrate and share.

Send a card that is sure to please, with a message that comes from the heart. See the collection and read our interview with Kreh.


Lunchtable Links Aug 26, 2015

Posted 26 August 2015 by Kate
Categories: Of Interest, Studio
  • Seeing Halloween costumes on Pinterest is reminding us of the holidays, when we get to be Back Home Ballers [YouTube]
  • It's a rough day on the old internet, so take a minute and practice your self-care. We recommend these pictures of Drake smiling at things [Bustle]
  • We talked the beef/misunderstanding between Jay-Z and Marina Abramovic and the strange symbiotic relationship between fine art and pop culture [Pitchfork]

Lunchtable Links Aug 25, 2015

Posted 25 August 2015 by Kate
Categories: Of Interest, Studio

We're all about conspiracy theories today!

  • This crazy and captivating story about a woman who learned that the father of her oldest son was a spy keeping tabs on her and her animal rights organization [New Yorker]
  • Do crisper drawers really make a difference? We're still investigating (we're thinking probably not), but this article about organizing a fridge seems like it might make more room for afternoon snacks [The Kitchn]
  • Not conspiracy-related: We talked cantilevers as a simple classroom challenge, which got us thinking about how much bigger cantilevers work. As always, there are some great architectural examples on The Internet [Dezeen]